The trend in recent years for major WoW unions to join esports organizations continues to grow. Following the method, echo and liquid, the Supreme Guild’s pieces were no longer “just” a Guild. She joined the well-known organization SK Gaming.
The ultimate major guilds in WoW have always been more than just ‘just’ guilds attacking together. Structures have become more and more professional over the years, until Gilde’s method has dared to take the step and It transformed itself into an esports organization. Other guilds later followed a similar path – for example, the current world’s first guild Echo.
On the other hand, other guilds have joined the existing large esports organizations. Because even in professional esports, the potential in events like Race to World First has been recognized. An example is the Guild Limit, which comes first within the limits of complexity and Now active under Team Liquid.
Pieces become SK pieces
And now follows the cutting guild, which in The First World Race for the Holy Dominion May landed in third place, the trend. As the syndicate announced via Twitter, the Pieces have joined esports organization SK Gaming and have also changed their name to SK Pieces.
SK Gaming is an esports organization founded in Germany in 1997, represented in titles such as Counter-Strike, League of Legends and StarCraft 2, among others, and has had great success there. SK Gaming’s sponsors, and therefore now indirectly for Pieces, include Deutsche Telekom and Mercedes-Benz, as well as brands such as Nike, Western Digital and Krombacher.
Meanwhile, the pieces are well positioned For the next race to the first world, They were very ambitious at first. At least they have big plans and are digging deep in their pockets – including up to 10 million gold per item. Perhaps also thanks to SK Gaming’s powerful gold injection. Do you think this move towards professional organizations rather than simple unions is good for Race to World First or WoW (Buy now ) in general? Or do you not think much about professionalizing the “game”?
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